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5732-1519 Recommended Performance Measures APRIL 24, 2014 Quality of Life Physical Health43WHOQOL-BREF Physical Health ScaleSystem Monitoring Emotional.

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1 Recommended Performance Measures APRIL 24, 2014 Quality of Life Physical Health43WHOQOL-BREF Physical Health ScaleSystem Monitoring Emotional Health44WHOQOL-BREF Emotional Health ScaleSystem Monitoring Social Health45WHOQOL-BREF Social Health ScaleSystem Monitoring Autonomy/Safety46WHOQOL-BREF Autonomy/Safety ScaleSystem Monitoring Overall Quality47WHOQOL-BREF Overall Quality of Life ScaleSystem Monitoring Hope48WHOQOL item: How positive do you feel about the future?System Monitoring Respect49New survey item: To what extent are you respected and treated fairly? System Monitoring Choice50New survey item: To what extent do you make your own choices? System Monitoring Cultural Connectedness 51New survey item: to be definedSystem Monitoring Criminal Justice Involvement 32Criminal Justice InvolvementContract 33Jail AdmissionsContract 34Days in JailContract 35Referrals for Competency EvaluationContract 36Persons in Prison with Serious Mental IllnessContract Access to Treatment for Forensic Patients 37Mental Health Treatment after Release from IncarcerationContract 38Serving Previously Un-served OffendersSystem Monitoring 39Alcohol or Drug Treatment after Release from IncarcerationContract 40Alcohol or Drug Treatment RetentionContract 41Mental Health Treatment EngagementContract 42New Medicaid Enrollments after Release from Criminal Justice Facilities System Monitoring Health/Wellness, Utilization and Disparities Criminal Justice and Forensic Patients Housing, Employment, Education and Meaningful Activities Housing21 * Homelessness/housing instability (broad)System Monitoring 22HMIS-recorded housing assistance penetrationContract 23Homelessness (narrow)Contract 24Residential instabilityAspirational Employment25 * Employment rateContract 26 * EarningsContract 27 * Hours workedContract Education28School-age children enrolled in schoolContract 29On time and late graduation from high schoolContract 30Adult enrollment in post-secondary education or trainingContract Meaningful Activities 31 * Survey item: To what extent do you do things that are meaningful to you? System Monitoring *Measures 10 under Health/Wellness, Utilization, and Disparities and 21, 25, 26, 27, and 31 under Housing, Employment, Education and Meaningful Activities are shared with Quality of Life. Access/effectiveness1Adults Access to Preventive/Ambulatory CareContract 2Well-Child VisitsContract 3Comprehensive Diabetes Care: Hemoglobin A1c TestingContract 4Alcohol/Drug Treatment PenetrationContract 5Mental Health Treatment PenetrationContract 6SBIRT Service PenetrationContract 7Home- and Community-Based Long Term Services and Supports Use Contract 8Suicide and drug overdose mortality ratesSystem Monitoring Utilization9Psychiatric Hospitalization Readmission RateContract 10 * Emergency Department (ED) VisitsContract 11Inpatient UtilizationContract 12Plan All-Cause Readmission RateContract 13Hospital Admissions for diabetes complicationsContract 14Hospital Admissions for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary DiseaseContract 15Hospital Admissions for Congestive Heart FailureContract 16Hospital Admissions for asthmaContract Care coordination17Cardiovascular Monitoring for People With Cardiovascular Disease and Schizophrenia Contract Wellness18Medical Assistance with Smoking and Tobacco Use CessationSystem Monitoring 19Body Mass AssessmentContract 20Tobacco Use AssessmentContract To support measurement of disparities and performance differences across service contracting entities, where feasible and appropriate, metrics will be reported by: Race/ethnicity or primary language Age group and gender Geographic region Service-contracting entities Delivery system participation (for example, measuring mental health service penetration for clients receiving long-term services and supports, relative to its own benchmark or the experiences of other disabled clients not served in the long- term services and supports delivery system) Medicaid coverage type (for example, persons with disabilities, newly eligible adults) Chronic physical and behavioral health conditions History of criminal justice involvement Housing stability Health Disparities


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